Ladies and gentlemen, your Nova Scotia Music Week showcase line-up

Liverpool. November 8-11.

I heard there's a ton of bunnies around White Point. Mo' bunnies, mo' problems.
I heard there's a ton of bunnies around White Point. Mo' bunnies, mo' problems.

If rubbing shoulders with a myriad of charming local musicians, convincing one of them to share a thermos of hot chocolate with you on the blustery grounds of White Point Beach Resort and attending a metric ton of shows sounds appealing, you've got your early November set up.

Behold, the 2012 showcasing performers:

AA Wallace; Acres and Acres; Alert the Medic; Alright Already; Ambition Andrew Hunter & The Gatherers; Banded Stilts; Becky Siamon; Ben Caplan & The Casual Smokers; Billie Dre and the Poor Boys; Black Moor; Bonnie St-Croix; Carleton Stone; Carmen Townsend; Cassie and Maggie MacDonald; Catahoula Brown; Charlie A'Court; Chris Martin; Crowdis Bridge; Darren McMullen; Dwayne Coté and Duane Andrews; Dylan Guthro; Erin Costelo; Fleur Mainville; Gloryhound; Gypsophilia; Heather Green; Hello, Click; In-Flight Safety; J-Bru; Jennah Barry; John Campbelljohn; Jon Bryant; Jon McKiel; Kayo; Kestrels; Know Issue; Kuato; Last Call Chernobyl; Laura Merrimen; Like a Motorcycle; Long Weekends; Mary Jane Lamond & Wendy MacIsaac; Matt Andersen; Matthew Hornell; Minus World; Mo Kenney; Molly Thomason; Morgan MacDonald; Norma MacDonald; Old Blood; Orchid's Curse; Paper Beat Scissors; PINEO; POGEY; Quake; Rain Over St. Ambrose; Ria Mae; Ricochet; Ryan Cook; Scientists Of Sound; Soho Ghetto; Something Good; Sprag Session ;Steve Gates; Stone Mary; The Blackrats The Modern Grass; The Mountains & The Trees; The Shakedown Combo; The Stanfields; The Stogies; The Town Heroes; This Sound Will Save You; Transatlantic Zodiac Ensemble; WE'RE DOOMED; Willie Stratton; Writers' Strike; Young River.

For more information on Molson Canadian Nova Scotia Music Week (#NSMW), visit

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